Calls for choice on GM

By Alisha Fogden
Updated August 21 2015 - 8:12am, first published June 25 2015 - 6:00pm
Mallee cropper Andrew Cass attended the Future Farming Forum, which confirmed his support for genetically-modified crops. He believes GM technology will allow more weed control options, reduce chemical costs and improve yields.

DESPITE a premium of up to $20 a tonne for growing non-genetically modified canola, Australian croppers are increasingly turning to GM technology to improve yields and on-farm weed management.

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